Mark Bowden: How dyslexia made me an expert in non-verbal communication

By evoke
April 20, 2016

Since 55% of communication is body language, what is yours saying and is it advancing your career?

Today on our podcast we talk to Mark Bowden, internationally acclaimed expert in body language and its impact in the workplace.

He has written three books on the topic, Winning Body Language, Winning Body Language for Sales Professionals, and Tame the Primitive Brain. His TED Talk, The Importance of Being Inauthentic, has been viewed by almost 500,000 people.

How does someone come to be an expert in body language?  We talk to Mark about the early influences that led him to this unique and powerful expertise.

Please share this podcast with anyone you think would be interested in Mark’s story.

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